Pamela McClintock: D.C. Spin
Less than two years ago, it seemed as if Korean films would finally conquer their first major overseas market: Japan. A pair of hits in 2000 and last year seemed to solidify that notion. But then…
The demise of U.K. mini-studio FilmFour means the end of another output agreement for German partner Senator Entertainment -- and an opportunity for the Berlin company to increase its focus on…
Blame it on Dick Wolf. The enduring success of the producer's "Law & Order" franchise, combined with the impact of more recent smash "CSI," has sparked a small- screen crime wave. Almost half of the…
If there was ever a time when crime pays, it is in Europe and it is now. Between France's "Julie Lescaut," Holland's "Baantjer," Denmark's "Unit One," the U.K.'s "The Bill" and a crowd of crimeshows…
Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
Fox Searchlight is looking to score with "Feeling Aretha," tapping Rick Famuyiwa to helm the comedy-drama.
"Seinfeld" alum Jason Alexander has found a new calling, as "The Man Who Saved Christmas." Alexander will topline the Alliance Atlantis telepic, which CBS will air during the holidays next season.
Universal Focus has made a deal with the estate of Ernest Hemingway to turn "To Have and Have Not" into a thriller that will star Benicio Del Toro.
Rod Lurie will direct the romantic comedy "Beat the Eagle" for Intermedia Films. Written by Oscar-winning screenwriter Tom Schulman ("Dead Poet's Society"), pic is the story of a beloved two-term…
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